Entertaining the Shuswap since 1977!

Our Vision

To enrich the lives of community members through diverse and inspiring live entertainment and opportunities for creative dramatic experience.

2023-24 Season

Pay What You Can Thursday Nov 9
Relaxed Performance
Sunday Matinee, Nov 12

Sundays 1:30 pm, all others 7:30 pm

Treasure Island

By Ken Ludwig
Based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson

Directed by Julia Body

This adaptation of Treasure Island is a breathtaking yarn of piracy on the high seas. It begins at an inn on the Devon coast of England in 1775 where young Jim Hawkins longs for adventure.  Soon he’s searching for a chest full of gold and fighting off the most infamous pirates of all time, including Black Dog, Anne Bonney, and the foulest of them all, Blind Pew. At the centre of it all is Long John Silver, perhaps the most famous hero-villain of all time.

Fight scenes. Advise parental discretion if bringing children under ten.
2 ½ hours, 1 intermission
Please read our policy re: young children.

Treasure Island is produced by special arrangement with Concord Theatricals.

February 16 – March 2

Sundays 1:30 pm, others 7:30 pm
Pay What You Can Thursday – Feb 22

Children 5 (min.) to 12–$10

Dry Streak

By Leeann Minogue

Directed by Howard DeLong

Hot. Burning hot. In the dry, hot summer of 1988, Kate, a young city woman, moves with her boyfriend to his family’s Saskatchewan farm. A world-travelled vegetarian who listens to punk rock, she is not exactly the kind of girl John Richards’ parents had thought he would bring home. After months of unrelenting heat, dust, and the endless complaints of everyone around her, Kate makes a very public promise: if only the drought will break, she’ll run naked through the streets of town. Now the media is running the story and things are about to get interesting in Stony Valley, Saskatchewan.

PG 12, some swearing.

Dry Streak is presented by special arrangement with the playwright.

April 26 – May 11

Pay What You Can Thursday – May 2

Sundays 1:30 pm, all others 7:30 pm

Outside Mullingar

By John Patrick Shanley

Directed by Kim MacMillan

Outside Mullingar is about the romance of Anthony and Rosemary, neighbours in rural Ireland, who are nearing their middle years. It is by turns poetic, uplifting, dark and funny as hell. Anthony is an introverted farmer and Rosemary has vowed to have him at all costs. When Anthony’s father threatens to disinherit him, Rosemary steps into the middle of a land feud and family eccentricities beyond what one might imagine. On the brink of romantic catastrophe, this one-of-a-kind Irish heroine fights against time and mortality in hopes of securing her dream of love.

Adult story, could be enjoyed by older children.

Outside Mullingar is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. 

Tickets and Prices

Doors and Box Office open 1 hour before the performance.